1. Xbox One Games Soon May Not Require Full Downloads To Play

    Microsoft is designing a new system for mastering games that will mean faster downloads and less hard drive space used for its Xbox One and Xbox One X games.
  2. Call Of Duty: WWII PC Beta Release Date, Minimum Specs Announced

    After its run on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: WWII is headed to PC soon. It runs September 29 through October 2 on Steam, and you don't have to pre-order to get in: it's open for everyone.
  3. Rocket League's Next Big Update Arrives This Month, Here's What It Adds

    The next update for Rocket League is just around the corner. The game's Autumn Update arrives on September 28 and introduces new items, player banners, and a new seasonal arena, among other features.
  4. Six More Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

    Whether you're looking for a break from Destiny 2, not enamored with this week's new Xbox One games, or simply want to boot up an older game, today's a good day. Following a period with few new games added, Microsoft has announced several more additions to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility library.
  5. CoD: WW2 PS4 System Features Camo Design And Green Controller

    To coincide with the release of Call of Duty: WWII, Sony has announced that it will release a new limited-edition version of the PlayStation 4 later this year. It features a camouflage design and a matching controller.